PMID: 6138132Aug 1, 1983

Tardive dyskinesia and treatment of psychosis after withdrawal of neuroleptics

Brain Research Bulletin
S J Baskett

Abstract

A case of neuroleptic induced tardive dyskinesia is presented. The symptoms of tardive dyskinesia cleared when neuroleptics were withdrawn. The psychotic symptoms were then successfully treated by behavior modification.

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Citations

Feb 1, 1986·Biological Psychiatry·T KolakowskaM A Reveley
Oct 19, 2011·Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences·Heather A KennaLorrin M Koran
Dec 1, 1988·The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry·P Sachdev

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Behavior Therapy
Dyskinesia, Medication-Induced
Hallucinations, Visual, Unformed
Schizophreniform Disorders
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